The Skills Show November 13-15th 2014

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The Skills Show 2014

13 – 15 November at the NEC Birmingham

The Skills Show, the nation’s largest skills and careers event, is helping to shape the future of a new generation. Attracting over 75,000 visitors, the show provides hands-on experiences that inspire young people to explore further education, skills and Apprenticeships. The Skills Show is part of Find a Future, the organisation which brings together the nation’s flagship skills and careers experiences.  – See more here.

The Skills Show Late in partnership with City & Guilds

13130610935_130417b830_bOn Thursday evening (from 5pm – 7pm) The Skills Show Late will create an opportunity for employers, partners, teachers and stakeholders to be exposed to the impact, excitement and very best of The Skills Show.

A dedicated section of the show floor will be utilised to create an exclusive introduction to The Skills Show for those that may not normally be able to attend.

It will provide the chance for employers to sample the show, to network, speak to sponsors and partners and engage in innovative forward thinking debate on the future of technical and professional education.  Explore The Skills Show content and hear from special guest speakers.

To confirm your attendance at this event, please register no later than Friday 31 October.

 Meet thousands of students, teachers and parents at The Skills Show

Make sure you’re at the nation’s largest skills and careers event – The Skills Show – and promote your organisation to over 75,000 visitors looking for their next step.  Held between 13 to 15 November at the NEC Birmingham, this is the last chance to book your place.

You can have access to over 700 school groups and hundreds of families, looking to discover what courses are available to them.

The Skills Show 2013 - Special Guests - VIP TourThere are hundreds of companies are involved, like NHS Careers, Crossrail, McDonalds, the BBC, Toyota, Costa, Virgin Media, Autodesk and Siemens – get your place secured.

The Skills Show’s unique experiential model offers hands-on skills experiences combined with expert careers advice to help young people find something that’s right for them. The show is split across five industry sectors and includes colleges and training providers, representing the range of opportunities available in the UK.

With competitive rates, there are exhibiting opportunities available.

If you would like to find out more, please get in touch on 020 3740 8231, email sponsor@findafuture.org.uk or visit the website.

The Skills Show Late in partnership with City and Guilds

On Thursday evening (from 5pm – 7pm) The Skills Show Late will create an opportunity for employers, partners, teachers and stakeholders to be exposed to the impact, excitement and very best of The Skills Show.

A dedicated section of the show floor will be utilised to create an exclusive introduction to The Skills Show for those that may not normally be able to attend.

It will provide the chance for employers to sample the show, to network, speak to sponsors and partners and engage in innovative forward thinking debate on the future of technical and professional education.